Calvary Health Care Tasmania The agreement has been lodged in the Fair Work Commission for approval.
May Shaw Nurses The employer will respond to the ANMF’s request to bargain by 28 May 2021.
OneCare General Staff The employer will begin bargaining for a new agreement shortly. The ANMF is surveying members to identify priorities for its log of claims.
OneCare Nurses The employer intends to put its proposed agreement out to ballot shortly.
Regis The ANMF is awaiting a meeting date from the employer after the employer appointed a new bargaining representative.
Anglicare Awaiting dates of a further meeting date
Southern Cross Care Tasmanian (SCCT) The latest SCC bargaining meeting scheduled for 25 May 2021 was cancelled with very short notice, in fact, it was not even clear in correspondence that the meeting had been cancelled. The employer is working on making changes to the current EA with the intention of modernising (but not changing) the content. The ANMF have offered to work on the re-drafting exercise but the employer is intent on going it alone which means we will need to closely scrutinise the new draft to ensure they have not made untracked changes. We are still waiting on a new wage offer (as requested at the last meeting) and for further discussion around the matter of meal breaks which are difficult for clinical staff to take.
Barrington Lodge The employer has asked to delay bargaining for 12 months in exchange for a 2% administrative pay rise. The ANMF is surveying members before responding to the employer.
Christian Homes Tasmania The employer has not yet agreed to bargain for non-nursing staff and will not agree to continue negotiations for nursing staff until the non-nursing staff request to bargain has been resolved. The ANMF will meet with members to discuss their options.
Glenview General Staff The employer has recommenced bargaining. The ANMF is meeting with members to re-endorse their log of claims from 2019.
Glenview Nurses The employer will begin bargaining for a new agreement shortly. The ANMF is surveying members to identify priorities for its log of claims.
Healthscope The ANMF is reviewing the employer’s draft agreement.
Menarock Nurses The ANMF is meeting with members to discuss the employer’s new offer.
Queen Victoria Homes The employer will respond to the ANMF’s request to bargain by 11 June 2021.
South Eastern Community Care The agreement has been lodged in the Fair Work Commission for approval.
Aged Care Deloraine The employer has proposed a rollover agreement for approximately 18 months. ANMF are waiting for the employer to confirm the wage increase. The employer has confirmed in writing that the wage increase will be paid from 1 July 2021
Medea Park Nurses Agreement The first bargaining meeting has been held. Employer claims that handover has not been paid since 1 July 2020. The ANMF has requested confirmation of this in writing. A member survey has been distributed to members and a log of claims being generated for the first bargaining meeting in early July.
May Shaw Non – Nurses Scottsdale The ANMF are waiting for the employer to set first bargaining meeting. The employer has been requested to confirm in writing that the wage increase will apply from 1 July 2021. To date, the ANMF has not received a response to this request
Emmerton Park Employer proposal for rollover agreement for approximately 12 months. Waiting for employer to confirm wage increase. Employer has confirmed in writing that wage increase will be paid from 1 July 2021.
Melaleuca Employer is currently considering its position concerning a new proposal for re-commencing bargaining for new enterprise agreement. There is a board meeting on 3 June 2021 and the ANMF expects to receive a proposal shortly after that meeting.
Meercroft Has been approved by the Fair Work Commission.
Tandara Lodge Nurses Agreement Waiting for employer to set first bargaining meeting. Employer has confirmed in writing that wage increase will be paid from 1 July 2021.
Wynyard Care Centre Multiple requests have been made by the ANMF to commence bargaining. To date, no response has been received from employer.
Updates correct as at 27 May 2021. Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary
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